Last chance to vote in Party Committee Elections 2010 (online voting closes noon today)

Online voting in this year’s Liberal Democrat Committee elections closes at NOON today, so if you’re a Federal Conference Rep who hasn’t yet returned your vote, there’s still time to get online and do so.

To vote by internet, go to: and follow the online instructions.

You’ll need to enter your security code, which is printed on your ballot paper.

The counts for the Party Committee and Presidential elections will take place this Saturday, 13th November.

To get the results keep an eye on this site – I’ll be at Cowley Street, to bring you the results as soon as they are announced.

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This entry was posted in Party policy and internal matters and Party Presidency.


  • Dinti Batstone 10th Nov '10 - 10:56am

    Thanks Helen… do you know roughly what time the results are expected?
    With so many candidates this time it will be a complicated count!

  • Susan Gaszczak 10th Nov '10 - 11:01am

    The committee elections are done by computer. Hand count for presidential hopefully done by lunchtime – committee elections will take about 30 min after that

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